Going into the unknown in science and art

Réalisation : 4 novembre 2015 Mise en ligne : 4 novembre 2015
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Scientists must grope into the undefined place beyond the known. So must improvisation theater actorswalking onto the stage with no idea what will happen next. Improvisation theater developed practices thathelp groups of actors create a new scene on the spot, by focusing on mutual support: saying yes to eachothers ideas and bypassing the inner critic that spoils our spontaneity. I’ll describe how as a scientist by dayand improvisation actor by night, I learned from theater how to do better science. The concepts are universaland can apply to unexpected situations across disciplines.

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CNRS_Pouchet. (2015, 4 novembre). Going into the unknown in science and art. [Vidéo]. Canal-U. (Consultée le 26 janvier 2022)

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